How to save MCID

Accepted Solutions (1)

Accepted Solutions (1)

badr_sa

08-02-2017

s.eVar1 = "D=mid";

 

Community Manager Addition:

When using this solution you won't see the mid in the image request as this method takes advantage of dynamic variables. These are processed server side when the hit is processed into Analytics. You can read more on dynamic variables here.

Answers (5)

Answers (5)

jantzen_belliston-Adobe

Community Manager

18-09-2018

Hey James,

My experience is limited with mobile, but we’ve got some experts on our Adobe Experience Cloud Mobile​ community.

Repost your question over there with as much context as you can provide and we’ll be sure to help you get an answer. Feel free to link back to this thread if it makes sense.

Cheers,

Jantzen

jamesw34595639

17-09-2018

Hi Jantzen,

Do you happen to have any advice on how to do this with mobile SDK? We are setting most of our variables with context data and processing rules.

Thanks!

James

manishs40044499

08-02-2017

Jantzen.Belliston wrote...

Hi Manish,

The previous reply should work. You won't see the mid in the image request as this method takes advantage of dynamic variables. These are processed server side when the hit is processed into Analytics. You can read more on dynamic variables here.

If this solution fits your needs, please mark the previous answer correct.

Cheers,
Jantzen 

 

Hi Jantzen,

Thanks a lot for your awesome reply. This reply not only helped me to understand the solution provided above but also helped me to get knowledge of dynamic variables in adobe. 

Regards,

Manish

jantzen_belliston-Adobe

Community Manager

08-02-2017

Hi Manish,

The previous reply should work. You won't see the mid in the image request as this method takes advantage of dynamic variables. These are processed server side when the hit is processed into Analytics. You can read more on dynamic variables here.

If this solution fits your needs, please mark the previous answer correct.

Cheers,
Jantzen